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Into the Fire


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First in a three-part drama written by Tony Marchant and starring Donal McCann
Sue Johnston , Sharon Duce
Businessman Frank Candy 's struggling leather goods company is thrown a lifeline when it wins a new orderfrom
America. But when he re-mortgages his house to finance the project, things start going wrong. Part 2 tomorrow at
9.30pm. See today's choices.
Producer David Snodin ; Director Jane Howell


Written By: Tony Marchant
Unknown: Donal McCann
Unknown: Sue Johnston
Unknown: Sharon Duce
Unknown: Businessman Frank Candy
Producer: David Snodin
Director: Jane Howell
Frank: Donal McCann
Lyn: Sue Johnston
Anita: Sharon Duce
Martin: Neil McCaul
Danny: Stephen Lord
Ginny: Anne Carroll
Rachel: Carol Starks
Karl: Peter Wingfield
Joyce: Christopher Fairbank
Holly: Kate Reynolds
Ride: David Morrissey
Barry: Tim Preece
Jill: Lesley Staples
Michelle: Susan Cookson
Sandra: Lorraine Sass
Ted: Sidney Livingstone
Eddie: Martyn Hainstock
Alec: Peter Mair
MP: Nicholas Hutchison
CBI Chairman: John Samson
CBI guest: Howard Southern
Groom: Paul Arlington
Cutter: Simon Ashley
Donna: Claire Hackett
Louise: Lynne Verrall
Claims manager: Matthew Marsh
Paul: Gordon Duffy
Ride's boss: Philip Wilde
Blackmore: Mark Sproston
Amy: Tara Pendergast

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